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Michael A. Gimbrone, M.D.

Ramzi S. Cotran Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School



Academic Activities:

Office
Brigham & Women’s Hospital
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, NRB-752
Boston,MA 02115
Email1: mgimbrone@rics.bwh.harvard.edu
Education and Training:

Medical School - 1970 : Harvard Medical School M.D.
Internship 7/1/70 - 6/30/71 : Massachusetts General Hospital
Fellowship 1/1/75 - : Harvard Medical School, Dept of Pathology
Residency 1/1/74 - : Brigham And Women's Hospital-Department of Pathology

Clinical Specialties: Research Interests:
  • Endothelial cell biology
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Cell-cell interaction
Publication:
  1. Garcia-Cardena G, Comander JI, Anderson KR, Blackman B, Gimbrone MA Jr. Biomechanical activation of vascular endothelium as a determinant of its functional phenotype. Proc Natl Acad Sci (USA) 2001; 98(8):4478-4485.
  2. Comander JI, Weber G, Gimbrone MA Jr., Garcia-Cardena G. ARGUS - a new database system for web-based analysis of multiple microarray datasets. Genome Res 2001; 11:1603-1610.
  3. Blackman BR, Garcia-Cardena G, Gimbrone MA JR. A new in vitro model to evaluate differential responses of endothelial cells to simulate arterial shear stress waveforms. J of Biomechanical Eng. 2002; 124:397-407.
  4. Kiely J-M, Hu Y, Garcia-Cardena G, Gimbrone MA Jr. Lipid raft localization of cell surface E-selectin is required for ligation-induced activation of phospholipase C-gamma. J. of Immunol. 2003; 171:3216-3224.
  5. Comander J, Natarajan S, Gimbrone MA Jr., Garcia-Cardena G. Improving the statistical detection of regulated genes from microarray data using intensity-based variance estimation. GMC Genomics 2004; 5:17
  6. Kuhlencordt PJ, Rosel E, Gerszten RE, Morales-Ruiz M, Dombkowski D, Atkinson WJ, Han F, Preffer F, Rosenzweig A, Sessa WC, Gimbrone MA Jr., Ertle G, Huang PL. The role of endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) in endothelial activation: Insights from eNOS-knockout endothelial cells. 2004 Am. J. Physiol. - Cell Physiol. 2004; 286(5):C1195-202.
  7. Dai G, Kaazempur-Mofrad MR, Natarajan S, Zhang Y, Vaughn S, Blackman BR, Kamm RD, Garcia-Cardena G, Gimbrone MA Jr. Distinct endothelial phenotypes evoked by arterial waveforms derived from atherosclerosis-susceptible and resistant regions of human vasculature. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 2004; 101(41):14871-14876.
  8. SenBanerjee S, Lin Z, Atkins GB, Greif DM, Rao RM, Kumar A, Feinberg MW, Chen Z, Simon DI, Luscinskas FW, Michel TM, Gimbrone MA Jr., Garcia-Cardena G, Jain MK. KLF2 is a novel transcriptional regulator of endothelial proinflammatory activation. J. Exp. Med. 2004; 199 (10):1305-1315.
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<Friday, December 15, 2017>
8:00 AM
Dr. Eleanor Russell-Goldman, Dr. Kristine Wong
Cotran Conference Center
9:15 AM

Autopsy suite
12:00 PM

GYN 14-headed scope
1:00 PM
Dr. Christopher Fletcher
Cotran Conference Center
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